Steve Solomon's smash hit, is inspired by Steve's hilarious family and all the people in his life whose sole purpose is to drive him into therapy ... and they succeeded! One part lasagna, one part kreplach, & two parts Prozac, you don't have to be Italian or Jewish to love this show. All you need is to know what it feels like to leave a family dinner with heartburn & a headache! Come meet Uncle Willie, Stuttering Cousin Bob, Demented Cousin Kenny, Steve’s new therapist Cousin Sal (and Sal’s parole officer) and a myriad of astounding characters we know, love and tolerate from our own families; each one brought to life on stage by Steve using his gift for creating voices, dialects & wacky sound effects that only add to the hilarity of each story.
Opening | November 22
Closing | December 22
Meet Joe. Joe lives in a big colorless mansion. Meet José. José lives in a colorful shack. Joe and José are neighbors with a big divide. The creek that runs between their homes doesn't stop them from digging deep to find their fortunes.
Opening | January 24
Closing | March 1
Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's 30-year-old bold, disturbing, and alarmingly funny musical follows 10 assassins, eight presidents, and one American Dream. Assassins is based on an idea by Charles Gilbert, Jr. and inspired by true events following the murders of Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, William McKinley and John F. Kennedy, and the crude attacks on other sitting presidents.
An incredibly powerful performer, comedian Vic DiBitetto churns energy, honesty and humanity into nonstop laughter. His pace is frenetic and he holds no hostages. He’s been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield, Ralph Kramden and a hurricane. The bottom line is, DiBitetto leaves his audiences breathless with laughter. Content Advisory: Adult Content & Language
Opening | March 27
Closing | May 3
Novelist, Brooke Wyeth is about to publish a family secret. Over Christmas in Palm Springs, she tells her parents about her memoir only to find out she has no idea what she is truly revealing. Winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize, Jon Robin Baitz tells an American story about a politically divided family and the lines we are willing to cross for those we love.